There is something I find so exquisitely graceful about trees and leaves. I’m drawn to them, and I’m drawn to everything that resembles them. Leaf House is a pavilion for a private residence in northern Sydney, Australia. A design by the London-based firm…Continue
This ingenious little pedestrian bridge was designed by Heatherwick Studio to span an inlet of the Grand Union Canal at Paddington Basin in London. The…Continue
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Is it Possible for an architect student to survive in the field as an architect immediately after 5 yrs with the just doin coll oriented designs.,.?
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La Cornette is a gorgeous country house in Quebec, Canada designed for two families to come together on holidays and celebrations. The house's…Continue
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I would say it's easy to grasp how one would design architecture to house human activities, but very difficult, on the other hand, to design architecture that is built to house images. I think if you take a look at any given movie theater you'll see…Continue
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I think every architect should have one of these. Not this house, per se, but a laboratory for their ideas. This project is built on a plot of land owned by Randy Brown (of Randy Brown Architects) and intended this architecture…Continue
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The bathroom has become today, a space refined and elegant like the other rooms of the house, you lived as a stage of prosperity and joy, pleasant port for the body and mind in which they can benefit from the treatments once reserved only to Beauty Farm. A dimension, then, that comes close to nature, but at the same time exploits the latest technology to take advantage of features such as chromotherapy....…
Added by Cristina Rubinetterie on January 25, 2011 at 11:00am — No Comments
Limits in design can sometimes be viewed as, well, limiting. I have, however, found them to be liberating. Without limits or constraints, it would be next to impossible to design something. This sport facility by Salto AB is a great example of looking at site…Continue
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Cristina Rubinetterie reflects on the ecological theme and on the environmental sustainabilitywhile confirming the Italian company’s modern truth and extremely novel ideas,in Cristina Rubinetterie cross and coexist ,creativity, progress and natural environment.
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I recently came across this new website (stuckinstudio.com) that connects resources to architecture students. I thought it was a really cool idea because to my knowledge there is no website out there that is made for architecture students, other than the AIAS organization. When looking through the site I found links to…
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Established in 2005, Marmol Radziner Prefab is an extension of the award-winning Los Angeles-based architecture and construction firm Marmol Radziner + Associates.
Prefabrication is quite important for building green, sustainable houses.…Continue
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